YOUR SPECIAL ISSUE covering the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games (“The golden Games,” March 15) deserves a gold medal for superb editing, reporting and writing, worthy of Canada’s national magazine. It was fair, balanced and complete. A delicious frosting on a wonderful cake.
Last month, as her 95th birthday approached, Bernice Levitz Packford, a one-time Victoria citizen of the year, wrote to her local newspaper, the Times Colonist. “I am tired and I am ready to die now,” began her letter, a carefully considered argument in favour of changing the Criminal Code to allow for doctor-assisted suicide.By KEN MACQUEEN10 min
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